Did Larry Ellison secretly signal the “all clear” with an earnings date press release?
Typically, if Oracle issues a profit warning, it does so when an announcing its earnings date, explains Guy Adami. That didn’t happen this quarter.
Should investors bet on strong Oracle earnings because it didn't warn?
Yes, Adami says. I like this stock ahead of earnings. and think investors should build a position.
Both Pete Najarian and Jeff Macke agree.
Elsewhere in tech, investors can look at Microsoft , adds Karen Finerman, but long-term.
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